With the extreme temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley, it’s hard to balance comfort and energy efficiency in the summer. It is generally recommended to set your thermostat to a temperature that balances comfort and energy efficiency in the summer months. The U.S. Department of Energy suggests setting your thermostat to 78°F (25.6°C) when you […]
No matter which way you experience it, one thing is evident in them all––fall brings drier air. The cooler air simply can’t hold as much moisture as warm air, resulting in the dry air. While it can make for crisp mornings for walking, the lack of moisture in the air can also take its toll on you, your home, and your overall comfort.
If you have a heat pump, you’ll want to be aware of some special considerations when it comes to regular maintenance issues.
With fall now upon us in North Las Vegas, cooler temperatures are here to stay. This transition from one season to another most definitely affects your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). And your indoor air quality directly affects your comfort in your home.
Many environmental issues play a significant part in your air conditioner’s performance. We want you to be aware of these factors and what you can do.
When you think of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, you probably think of the furnace and air conditioner (AC) equipment inside, an air conditioner component outside, and a network of ducts running throughout your Las Vegas home. Although many HVAC systems are designed that way, there are other alternatives. Our team at JMAC…
Energy-efficient homes are more common than ever. Although they provide many benefits, including reducing overall energy usage and a smaller carbon footprint, they come with some disadvantages as well.
The right humidity levels, changing your filters regularly and installing air-cleaning systems are some of the ways you can affect your home’s air quality.
Just like a regular physical, a regularly scheduled maintenance appointment can help find and diagnose problems that would be otherwise invisible to you because the signs are not easily seen or heard. So often we notice problems only because we miss the benefit we lost when something stops working.
Why should you change your AC filter? Our team wants to teach you the impact that old AC filters have on your air conditioner.